Regulation

White Hat Gaming to pay £1.3m settlement for AML and social responsibility failings

Malta-based operator failed to interact effectively with customer who lost £85,000 in just over an hour

White Hat Gaming has paid a regulatory settlement worth £1.3m after the UK Gambling Commission (UKGC) identified failings in the operator’s AML and problem gambling procedures. The regulator launched a review of White Hat Gaming’s operating licence in January 2020 to investigate seven customer accounts. The failures occurred between October 2016 and March 2019. The…

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